Concurrent/Sequential Baccalaureate Degrees
Students may be permitted to pursue a School of Informatics and Computing degree concurrently with another degree-granting IU-Bloomington school. Check with School of Informatics and Computing academic advisor for more details and approval. Students concurrently pursuing a Computer Science and Informatics degree may not double-count CSCI upper level courses.
Sequential Baccalaureate Degree
Students may be permitted to pursue a School of Informatics and Computing degree after completion of a first degree from Indiana University or another university. Students from another university must first be admitted to Indiana University as a degree seeking student. Please see http://www.indiana.edu/~iuadmit/ for admission information.
Students seeking second degree candidacy should review the guidelines available from the School of Informatics and Computing office. Check with School of Informatics and Computing academic advisor for more details and approval.
Students with a bachelor’s degree who wish to further their education should also consider becoming qualified for admission to a graduate program.